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PG&E is Connected to Goldman Sachs

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posted on Sep, 11 2010 @ 10:37 PM
Check this website out.

The CEO of PG&E, who is responsible for the San Bruno fire is a Vice President at Goldman Sachs.

I am not sure where else to go with this because I am not a well versed Conspiracy Theorist just yet.

Here are some news articles on the subject:

San Bruno, explosion, fire, PG&E possibly unable to cover damages

From a total of 87 major accidents on California's gas pipelines in the previous 10 years, 43 had been related to pipelines owned by the Pacific Gas & Electric.

APNewsBreak: Calif. gas pipe ranked high risk

Longtime California Public Utilities Commission analyst Jacqueline Greig and her 13-year-old daughter Janessa died in the massive blast, which left a crater near their house and laid waste to dozens of 1960s-era homes in the hills overlooking San Francisco Bay.

Blast victim worked for agency that regulates PG&E

Greig worked for an independent branch of the commission called the Division of Ratepayer Advocates, which is tasked with taking the side of the utility customer in matters before the commission. The division provides input to regulators in defense of consumers.

High-Tech Utility Meters Spark a Fight

Some local residents have taken their objections to the California Public Utilities Commission, which has jurisdiction over utility programs. The commission has declined to order changes in the PG&E program, though Commissioner Nancy Ryan says she will form a task force this month to provide more oversight, noting the importance of public trust.

I find it interesting that the committee that this lady was on that died, opposed the "smart meter" program.

DRA Says Approval of SoCalGas Smart Meters Will Increase Rates, Lead to Job Losses

The Division of Ratepayer Advocates (DRA), an independent consumer advocacy division of the California Public Utilities Commission (CPUC), strongly opposes today’s CPUC three to two decision to approve a $1 billion Smart Meter program for Southern California Gas Company (SoCalGas).

I will let you guys go nuts with this one. You're going to like that mapping website I put up too I'm sure. If you've ever wondered whos connected to who, here you can find it.

posted on Sep, 11 2010 @ 10:57 PM
Its amazing how goldman sachs has their hands everywhere, especially in the area of crisis capitalism (profit off of disaster):
BP and Goldman Sachs

posted on Sep, 11 2010 @ 11:46 PM
reply to post by time91

Its very interesting that everywhere there's a disaster, these guys have their hands in it. It seems to me that woman on the DRA council was specifically targeted by them. One of the articles reports that she lived almost on the blast zone. PG&E ignored complaints from customers in the area.

There is another article that reports that people are complaining the new smart meters are making them sick. Similarly the Corexit that was supposed to be good for the oil spill was making people sick.

It all seems very coincidental to me. I am just hoping there are some other people out there that are a bit better at researching this stuff than I am who can find out more information.

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